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Large paintings Figurative Acrylic Nude Tentation by Chaperon Martine

Tentation
TentationTentation
TentationTentation
TentationTentation

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  • - Style : Figurative
  • - Medium : Acrylic
  • - Compatible frames : 50 x 50 cm
  • - Is framable : yes
  • - Subject : Nude
  • - Format : large
  • - Material : Canvas
  • - Size : 50 x 50 cm
  • - Main colors : Beige
  • - Main colors : Violet
  • - Main colors : Orange
  • - Mounting type : Artwork mounted on stretcher frame
  • - Exhibited in Gallery : Marseille l'Expo
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Chaperon Martine
Chaperon Martine France
A native of Grenoble, the artist was born in 1953 with pencil in hand, much as others are born with a musical ear. Painting seemed as obvious, soothing and essential as that of the simple act of breathing. So she began her training at the School of Fine Arts in Grenoble, which confirmed her vocation. Martine entitled her first painting "Birth" and thus began her life as an artist. She then was lucky enough to make art her career. Today, Martine embraces the chronicles of Anne Schwartzweber, where she relates to the creative process: "For [her] art is primarily a means of expression. It is an ideal mediator between inside and out. [It] allows one to organize an inner world of often intense emotions by 'embodying' them. The important thing for [her] is to externalize or literally remove all these emotions. [She] needs to somehow touch them, to look specifically at them, and to do this [she looks] for a way to create a channel and to 'give birth' to them.”
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